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Techniques & Tools Capillary Electrophoresis, Liquid Chromatography

Easier Electroanalysis in Flowing Liquids

Progress in the field of flow electrochemical detectors has experienced a technological shift in the last decade – high-surface-area flow cells are being replaced with microelectrode systems, which are enabling applications of chip technologies and microfluidics.

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About the Author

Jan Vacek and Jan Hrbac

Jan Hrbac is an electrochemist focused on electroanalysis using modified electrodes and microelectrodes. For him, programming, electronics and instrument design are on the borderline between work and a hobby. He currently holds the positions of associate professor at the Institute of Chemistry, Masaryk University, Czech Republic and at the Department of Analytical Chemistry, Palacky University, Czech Republic.

Jan Vacek is an associate professor of medicinal chemistry and biochemistry at the Department of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Palacky University, Czech Republic. His research interest covers electroanalytical chemistry and biophysical methods for nucleic acids and protein research, sensors and electronics for the study of DNA- and protein-drug interactions, functional polymers and the development of new microelectrode-based approaches.

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